Earth Shoe makes green cute and comfy
The majority of the designs are comprised of linings made from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles and glue-free packaging.
Tue, Apr 01 2008 at 10:34 PM
TECHIE SHOES: Your toes are set higher than your heel, which keeps your calves toned and posture on point.
Kick off the season with some sneaks that will add a bit more spring to your green little step? With Earth Shoe’s fantastic line of footwear, your tootsies are not only going to be the comfiest little piggies in the market, but undoubtedly the cutest.
In new styles for women reminiscent of such classics as the maryjane, and a series of sneaks perfect for even the most casual of men, each shoe is made using a trademarked Kalso Negative Heel Technology — meaning your toes are set up higher than your heel, keeping your calves toned and your posture right on point.
Plus the majority of the designs are comprised of linings made from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles, glue-free packaging, and kept in shoe bags crafted from mainly eco-materials (such as hemp). And with $5 of each shoe purchased being donated to Earth Share member charities, we have to agree, these shoes were made for walking. And that’s just what we’ll do!
Story by Alison Sherbach. This article originally appeared in Plenty in April 2008. This story was added to MNN.com in October 2009.
Copyright Environ Press 2008